URBANA — For March, we’ll have two well-educated and experienced presenters joining us. Daddy John and Pup Scout will be giving the group a closer look at the world of puppy play. Have questions? Just curious? Join us to learn more!
Along with this information, as co-founders of the inter-Fetish Coalition of Suicide Prevention and Awareness, the couple will share valuable information about mental health in the community.
Our munch will consist of about an hour of chatty time before the presentation begins. As usual, we’ll be meeting at Toro Loco on Cunningham in Urbana, upstairs.
Daddy John (John Pucker) is an active member of the Chicago, regional and national puppy and handler community. Recently semi-retired, he is an Advanced Practice ER and Trauma Nurse and attorney currently teaching at a major university. When not participating in local puppy and handler events, he tirelessly works as an advocate for suicide prevention and awareness within the
kink community. With education as his passion, has taught pup 101 and 102 classes and most recently a seminar at the International Puppy Contest about mental health safety and head space. A member of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and co-founder of the Inter-Fetish Coalition of Suicide Prevention and Awareness (IFCSPA) he has organized fundraisers and this year and has raised thousands of dollars for suicide prevention and awareness in our community. He enjoys spending time with his pup, is an avid gamer and loves to cook.
Pup Scout (Nick Kirsch) is an active member of the Chicago, regional and national puppy and handler community. Identifying as a Husky and an Alpha pup, Pup Scout gets much satisfaction from nurturing and helping other pups and trainers. He is co-founder of the Inter-Fetish Coalition of Suicide Prevention and Awareness (IFCSPA) and has spoken in many venues and online forums about suicide prevention, including the Jackhammer Complex, Cellblock Chicago and ABDL Cams as a moderator. Pup Scout is the 2014 holder of International Best in Show (Bill Trooper Boyd memorial award) from the International Puppy Club. He loves playing video games and practices Krav Maga.
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|Date & Time:||Saturday, March 11, 2017 · 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM|
Toro Loco (upstairs)
1601 N Cunningham Ave, Urbana, IL 61802 @ map
|Cost:||Pay for own food and drinks|
|Dress code:||Vanilla (in a restaurant)|